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The movies that made us cry, hide and run to our cars. Happy Halloween.

Horror films that gave us the serious creeps

October 30th, 2014

The movies that made us cry, hide and run to our cars. Happy Halloween.

  • Seriously, can someone maybe smile once in a while?

  • A pariah accused of murdering his girlfriend wakes up with two devilish horns growing out of his head.

  • Alex Ross Perry's film is reminiscent of Woody Allen and the recent Greenberg.

  • Nightcrawler isn’t a heavy-handed media satire. It’s a character study about a truly reprehensible character.

  • But at least it has Bill Murray in a starring role.

  • Still, why can't more movies try to be this ambitious?

  • The plot is simplistic in the extreme and more than a little silly, but John Wick is delivered with style and energy.

  • The third new fall drama based on a DC Comics character, Constantine is neither as fun as The Flash nor as grandiose as Gotham.

  • With Ouija (about an evil Ouija board) opening this week, we remembered some past objects that have terrorized onscreen.

  • f this is indeed PollyGrind’s last year, it was a hell of a swan song.

  • The flick focuses on interviews with two subjects: An operative of Israel’s Shin Bet security service and the son of a principal leader of Palestinian ...

  • You might want to just listen to the soon-to-be-released album instead.

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